Bruce McCullough and Ross McKitrick today published an interesting article under the auspices of the Fraser Institute entitled Check the Numbers: The Case for Due Diligence in Policy Formation. Their abstract states: Empirical research in academic journals is often cited as the basis for public policy decisions, in part because people think that the journals […]
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Jun 22, 2005 – 8:44 PM
David Appell has posted up an exchange in Scientific American in response to his hagiography of Michael Mann. Here are some comments on Appell’s points.
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